Honda CRF400RX 2018

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9/11/2017 1:00 PM

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The new CRF400RX Enduro is the intermediate displacement that allows riders to comfortably enjoy an enduro weekend without too much fatigue — manageable in the toughest situations while increasing driving pleasure.
The CRF 400RX Enduro nevertheless renounces the power, while maintaining the speed and handling capabilities of the older sister, the CRF 450RX from which it derives.The 413 cc CRF400RX Enduro engine compression ratio is 13.0: 1 and the bore and stroke dimensions are 92 x 62.1 mm.The Enduro CRF400RX is equipped with a 5-speed gearbox. The final drive is 13:51.The Honda Engine Engine Mode Select Button EMSB allows the rider to choose between three mapping setting.Map 1 is the most aggressive and suitable for attacking the fastest sections where great responsiveness is required. Map 2, offers a softer, sweeter response to assist slippery, muddy trails. Map 3, supersoft, is more specific to extreme riding.The Showa suspension is exactly identical to those of Enduro CRF450RX, calibrated specific for enduro.In addition, the rear wheel is 18 "and the standard equipment includes a larger tank of 7.3 litres, electric starter, side stand and homologation.More RedMoto
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9/11/2017 1:10 PM

*not an OEM product.

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9/11/2017 1:25 PM

Nice looking bike, especially the silver rims. Now just put it on a diet and add a 6th gear.

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9/11/2017 2:42 PM

This thing sounds like a winner, I mean, do you honestly need a 450 in the woods? No.

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9/11/2017 2:48 PM

not bad..

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Current rides: 2020 CRF450RWE and 2019 TC300
Occasional ride for VMX: 1985 CR500RF
Adventure/Road bike: CRF1000L

9/11/2017 3:01 PM

Fake news

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Alright Lunger, Let's Do It

9/11/2017 3:08 PM

Johnny Ringo wrote:

Fake news

She's real...in Italy.

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9/11/2017 3:22 PM

Like. 400cc is the perfect recipe IMO

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9/11/2017 3:28 PM
Edited Date/Time: 9/11/2017 3:31 PM

So do people just kinda sit home all day and create fake specifications for a bike that doesn't even exist?

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9/11/2017 5:29 PM

m.hardesty16 wrote:

So do people just kinda sit home all day and create fake specifications for a bike that doesn't even exist?

see above, it exists in Italy, the RedMoto team make some mean bikes

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Current rides: 2020 CRF450RWE and 2019 TC300
Occasional ride for VMX: 1985 CR500RF
Adventure/Road bike: CRF1000L

9/11/2017 5:30 PM

m.hardesty16 wrote:

So do people just kinda sit home all day and create fake specifications for a bike that doesn't even exist?

RedMoto is Honda's Italian distributor. They have some freedom to modify models and do this every year to make different off-road and supermoto models. This bike is real.

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9/11/2017 8:46 PM

m.hardesty16 wrote:

So do people just kinda sit home all day and create fake specifications for a bike that doesn't even exist?

ML512 wrote:

RedMoto is Honda's Italian distributor. They have some freedom to modify models and do this every year to make different off-road and supermoto models. This bike is real.

Thought it was interesting enough to post, you read a lot about big bore but, downsizing not so much
few years ago they had a really cool CRF250 special edition... Photo

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9/11/2017 9:46 PM

Would be sweet. I'm all for 400s

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9/11/2017 10:31 PM

So I see a dual sport model for the US market here....

LOL.... kinda reminds me what KTM has been doing. Building bikes of different displacements that make a lot of sense!

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9/11/2017 11:17 PM

Kinda looks like a beta

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9/12/2017 12:26 AM

icrashalot wrote:

Kinda looks like a beta

It does. Its like 10,000 spoons, when all you need is a knife.

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9/12/2017 1:21 AM
Edited Date/Time: 9/12/2017 1:22 AM

What many people don't realize, it's the long stroke of a large capacity bike that makes the them harder to ride than a small displacement, a long stroke requires larger crankshaft flywheels (because the big-end has to be further away from the centre of the crank for the determined stroke), this is more spinning inertia & gyroscopic mass (needing more effort to change directions). Plus the crank is heavier. Plus there is more vibration.

Reducing the bore only on this bike, from 96mm to 92mm (it will just lose grunt), will make stuff-all difference to manageability on the trail. I've thought about de-stroking my RMZ450, less spinning mass of the crank will make it more agile. There would be minimal power loss by keeping the same size combustion chamber with unrestricted flow through the large inlet & exhaust valves.

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Melbourne, Australia. Current rides: '11 RMZ450, '84 CR500, '06 DRZ400, '79 KX250 with 400 engine, '06 GSXR1000 full Yosh racebike.

9/12/2017 2:11 AM

RPM68 wrote:

This thing sounds like a winner, I mean, do you honestly need a 450 in the woods? No.

I mean, do you honestly need a Honda in the woods? No.
laughing

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